We are proud to be a licensed Roofing Contractor, as a part of the most recognized roofing authority in the State of Texas. As a licensed local roofing company, Elite Roofers will do everything we can to ensure that your roof and home are treated as if they were our own.
Residential Roofing License No. 01-0512
The Roofing Contractors Association of Texas (RCAT) is the recognized professional organization of roofing and waterproofing contractors in Texas. As a group, RCAT represents the voice of the roofing and waterproofing industry in our state. RCAT makes an unwavering commitment to promoting ethics, education and reputation of the Texas roofing industry through its members.
RCAT provides continuing education, contacts and networking, as well as governmental and public relations. RCAT helps property owners make informed decisions when choosing a roofer and helps to prevent the scams often perpetuated in an unregulated state.
Most states require General Contractors and Roofing Contractors to obtain a license in order to do business, the state of Texas does not. Roofers and general contractors self-regulate by adhering to the strict guidelines of RCAT and other industry best practices. RCAT is the roofing industry authority where Roofers in Texas may earn a license through meeting rigorous requirements, including study and testing, financial stability, and continuing education.
HARCA is the local chapter of RCAT members. Being a member of HARCA does not guarantee that a roofing company is licensed. It does, however, give opportunities to local roofers to gather, study, and keep up with roofing trends and industry developments. If you're looking for a Houston area roofer, look for the HARCA logo and RCAT License number, to ensure you're getting a credentialed roofing contractor.
If you're shopping for a new roof, don't let just anyone work on your home. Trust a fully certified, insured, licensed roofer to perform roof replacement for you. It could make the difference between getting what your insurance company requires, or getting a job done by someone who is taking advantage of a highly unregulated roofing market. Make sure you can visit a free-standing office with warehouse and materials samples. Many so called "roofers" in Texas operate from home with no employees and little to no accountability after the job is completed. Make sure you have a strong written warranty on the workmanship of any roofing repairs or roof replacement performed at your home. Avoid the 90% of roofing companies in Texas that are working with no roofing license. Require to see a roofing license before signing a contract. If you've got an insurance claim for your roof replacement, there are requirements set forth by your insurance company that you'll want an expert to handle to keep you safe.